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95 buick century just changed feul sending unit 3-4 weeks ago ever since the thing has been stalling it runs fine then just dies takes 30 sec to a min to get it runing agian then it runs for 15 mins or so and dies again some time you can put it in neutral start it back up while coating and it runs fine once i get it started i try not to shut it off when you shut it of for 20 min or so it starts fine idles for 15 20 sec and dies im losing my mind i cant even go to the corner somtimes with out it stalling. but it is pretty consistant at the places where it stalls any help would be greatly welcome

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You may not have the fuel lines sealed, they can **** in air without leaking fuel, especially in the tank, whre the pump connects

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I would recommend that you take the vehicle to a garage that can do an engine analysis that can narrow down the problem.

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